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In the north, Cassiopeia clung to her throne, while in the south, the Sagittarius teapot pointed to the spot where a supermassive black hole churns away in the core of our galaxy.
At one point, Annis barters for a silver teapot that proves to be a work of metal magic; merely holding its handle causes the liquid within to heat up.
Silver teapots, spoons, and tankards were used to eat and drink.
Finally, the waiters pour the chainaki onto their plates from the teapots.
Place the tea strainer over the mouth of a teapot, and pour the chai into it.
The original set of private processors, known as teapots, is clustered in the eastern Shandong province, and operate relatively small refineries that pump out fuels such as gasoline and diesel.
Press mixture into a 2 ½-inch tea ball infuser and set in a 4- to 6-cup teapot.
But while China once gushed over trophy towers—including ones shaped like eggs, coins and teapots—that helped put its fast-growing megacities on the world map, their popularity has waned.
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